Her research focuses on interactions between art and technology, and contemporary visual and media culture, especially on the ways in which artistic and creative practices provide constructive criticism on our contemporary media environments. Her teaching interests at Duke Kunshan include contemporary art and visual culture, media studies and aesthetics.
She is a cross-disciplinary theorist and curator who has worked at renowned institutions including Art Center Nabi and the ZKM Karlsruhe. She experiments with different creative methods in digital humanities and arts.
Choi has an M.A. in visual culture theory from New York University and a Ph.D. in visual and media studies from Duke University. She also has a graduate certificate in information science and studies from Duke that offered research and training in digital humanities. Before joining Duke Kunshan, she was the director (PI) of the Digital Humanities City: Restoration of Soon-Sung project, which was supported by a grant from South Korea’s National Research Foundation.
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